The license model has changed, so no it will not transfer. Typically you work with your Cisco rep or Cisco var and they sometimes can get you license if migrating. Moving to a whole different solution because of licensing is not the right choice if the operation staff is familiar with Cisco for example. Meraki also has licensing that you would have to pay for yearly depending on the licensing model you choose. You should just look at the 9800 and the new AP’s because that is the new direction Cisco is moving towards.
Thank you for the overwhelming response to the First and Second EFT refresh of 8.10MR6!
We are excited to announce the third refresh of 8.10 MR6 EFT Program for PRODUCTION deployments.
While the CCO release of 8.10MR6 is just a few we...
Greetings!Thank you for the overwhelming response and feedback for the first 17.3.4 EFT/Beta release.
Now we are excited to announce the second refresh of 17.3.4 EFT/Beta Program for PRODUCTION deployments.
This release is the s...
It’s been about two and half years, since the launch of next generation Cisco Catalyst 9800 Wireless LAN Controllers that has the most deployment flexibility and runs the modular, scalable, highly reliable, open and programmable operating system, I...
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